Apologies for the short post this week, but I am operating on very little sleep (about three hours) having just returned on a delayed red-eye. I’m working to get back to my day-to-day life following one of the most amazing trips of my life, but it’ll take a little time.
We’re home once more, but I’m afraid I haven’t had any time to process any of my photos from our amazing trip to Costa Rica just yet. So I’ll leave you with just this taste.
I don’t have time to write a full blog post this week for the weekly challenge, as we’re currently lazing on a tropical beach in Costa Rica, celebrating Aaron’s birthday! I promise I’ll write all about it when I get back…
For now, I just have this image from one of our last trips to paradise: an unexpected, work-sponsored getaway to Miami. I should write about that soon too, as it was one of those experiences where we could take advantage of a rare opportunity – no regrets!
I love the little unexpected surprises of life.
We recently took a trip to the Palouse with some photo friends (which I’ll cover in an upcoming post), and between the towns of Dayton and Colfax, just outside the tiny speck-on-the-map of Dusty, we came across this charming little cemetery. It’s out in the middle of nowhere, and we only stumbled upon it because we were seeking a gas station and accidentally drove too far.
It was the gate the first drew us in, but it was the many unique gravestones that piqued our curiosities. Continue reading
Sometimes, human engineering and nature can make a good match. The angled patterns of carefully planned architecture with just a hint of celestial imperfection.
This is one of my favorite lyrics, brought to you by Switchfoot, whom we got to see in concert last week.
While we see so much darkness in the world, remember we can only see these shadows because there is some light to cast them.